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What is the Oak Ridge Reservation Health Effects Subcommittee (ORRHES)?
The ORRHES subcommittee was created to provide a forum for communication and collaboration between citizens and the agencies that are evaluating public health issues and conducting public health activities at the Oak Ridge Reservation.

Frequently Asked Questions about ATSDR
Answers to frequently asked questions such as what is ATSDR and where it is located, what ATSDR does and what ATSDR cannot do.

What is a Public Health Assessment?
An ATSDR Public Health Assessment reviews available information about hazardous substances at a site and evaluates whether exposure to them might cause any harm to people.

What is a Health Consultation?
A Health Consultation provides advice on a specific public health issue related to real or possible human exposure to toxic material.

This fact sheet answers questions about chemical exposures.

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This page last updated on February 16, 2005
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